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A healthier community and U

When active transportation is a part of your lifestyle, you save money on fuel, spend less time in traffic and get your daily workout as part of your commute while improving air quality.

Ivory Prize

The 2019 Ivory Prize nominations are open for a $14,000 leadership award.

Black History Month

Join the Black Student Union in celebrating Black History Month during February.

A new Churchill Scholar

U student Cameron Owen received the prestigious award to study at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.

Founders Day 2019

Get tickets for the gala that recognizes alumni and honorary alumni who have distinguished themselves professionally, served local and national communities and supported the U in its missions.

River ecology on a global scale

A U professor who collected data from Provo, Logan and Red Butte Creek systems collaborates in worldwide ecology project.

Suicide risk in autism

Researchers conducted the first population-based study of the risk of suicide in people with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

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CAMPUS HAPPENINGS

Homecoming 2021

Homecoming 2021 is just a month away, and many of this year’s events are in person. Join us for the U5K, golf event, tailgate, and more. Celebrate the U from September 18–25 (and all the time), and don’t forget to share your experiences using #UHomecoming21 on social media. Virtual golf event Sept. 11–25 | Virtual […]

‘Virtual nature’ experiences in prisons reduce stress

Exposure to nature imagery or nature sounds decreased physiological signs of stress in the incarcerated, and spurred their interest in learning more about the habitats they experienced.

TRAX Stadium Station construction: Aug. 4-22

The construction will impact both riders and drivers.

We need your help to stop the spread

With coronavirus transmission rates rising, we want you to know how the university is responding to these changing pandemic conditions—and to ask for your support and active participation.

2020: From here on out

The Utah Museum of Fine Arts in partnership with the Roots Art Kollective has created a museum-based mural exhibition of local artists.

University of Utah purchases historic property in Washington, D.C.

Orrin G. Hatch Center will become the new home for the U’s D.C.-based interns.

Saving energy, cutting pollution

The U’s Intermountain Industrial Assessment Center helps businesses save energy, operate with less emissions.

Funding a more equitable research enterprise

In consultation with the campus community, the Vice President for Research’s office has taken steps toward making research more just and accessible.

Be the light in your community

Scientist and inventor Alice Min Soo Chun demonstrated how she used STEM to change communities and encouraged Indigenous graduates to do the same.

IT security policies are critical to the U’s mission

Pop quiz: Can you remember the last time you actually read the terms of use for an app or website?

Homecoming 2021

Homecoming 2021 is just a month away, and many of this year’s events are in person. Join us for the U5K, golf event, tailgate, and more. Celebrate the U from September 18–25 (and all the time), and don’t forget to share your experiences using #UHomecoming21 on social media. Virtual golf event Sept. 11–25 | Virtual […]

‘Virtual nature’ experiences in prisons reduce stress

Exposure to nature imagery or nature sounds decreased physiological signs of stress in the incarcerated, and spurred their interest in learning more about the habitats they experienced.

TRAX Stadium Station construction: Aug. 4-22

The construction will impact both riders and drivers.

We need your help to stop the spread

With coronavirus transmission rates rising, we want you to know how the university is responding to these changing pandemic conditions—and to ask for your support and active participation.

2020: From here on out

The Utah Museum of Fine Arts in partnership with the Roots Art Kollective has created a museum-based mural exhibition of local artists.

University of Utah purchases historic property in Washington, D.C.

Orrin G. Hatch Center will become the new home for the U’s D.C.-based interns.

Saving energy, cutting pollution

The U’s Intermountain Industrial Assessment Center helps businesses save energy, operate with less emissions.

Funding a more equitable research enterprise

In consultation with the campus community, the Vice President for Research’s office has taken steps toward making research more just and accessible.

Be the light in your community

Scientist and inventor Alice Min Soo Chun demonstrated how she used STEM to change communities and encouraged Indigenous graduates to do the same.

IT security policies are critical to the U’s mission

Pop quiz: Can you remember the last time you actually read the terms of use for an app or website?

Homecoming 2021

Homecoming 2021 is just a month away, and many of this year’s events are in person. Join us for the U5K, golf event, tailgate, and more. Celebrate the U from September 18–25 (and all the time), and don’t forget to share your experiences using #UHomecoming21 on social media. Virtual golf event Sept. 11–25 | Virtual […]

‘Virtual nature’ experiences in prisons reduce stress

Exposure to nature imagery or nature sounds decreased physiological signs of stress in the incarcerated, and spurred their interest in learning more about the habitats they experienced.

TRAX Stadium Station construction: Aug. 4-22

The construction will impact both riders and drivers.

We need your help to stop the spread

With coronavirus transmission rates rising, we want you to know how the university is responding to these changing pandemic conditions—and to ask for your support and active participation.

2020: From here on out

The Utah Museum of Fine Arts in partnership with the Roots Art Kollective has created a museum-based mural exhibition of local artists.

University of Utah purchases historic property in Washington, D.C.

Orrin G. Hatch Center will become the new home for the U’s D.C.-based interns.

Saving energy, cutting pollution

The U’s Intermountain Industrial Assessment Center helps businesses save energy, operate with less emissions.

Funding a more equitable research enterprise

In consultation with the campus community, the Vice President for Research’s office has taken steps toward making research more just and accessible.

Be the light in your community

Scientist and inventor Alice Min Soo Chun demonstrated how she used STEM to change communities and encouraged Indigenous graduates to do the same.

IT security policies are critical to the U’s mission

Pop quiz: Can you remember the last time you actually read the terms of use for an app or website?

Homecoming 2021

Homecoming 2021 is just a month away, and many of this year’s events are in person. Join us for the U5K, golf event, tailgate, and more. Celebrate the U from September 18–25 (and all the time), and don’t forget to share your experiences using #UHomecoming21 on social media. Virtual golf event Sept. 11–25 | Virtual […]

‘Virtual nature’ experiences in prisons reduce stress

Exposure to nature imagery or nature sounds decreased physiological signs of stress in the incarcerated, and spurred their interest in learning more about the habitats they experienced.

TRAX Stadium Station construction: Aug. 4-22

The construction will impact both riders and drivers.

We need your help to stop the spread

With coronavirus transmission rates rising, we want you to know how the university is responding to these changing pandemic conditions—and to ask for your support and active participation.

2020: From here on out

The Utah Museum of Fine Arts in partnership with the Roots Art Kollective has created a museum-based mural exhibition of local artists.

University of Utah purchases historic property in Washington, D.C.

Orrin G. Hatch Center will become the new home for the U’s D.C.-based interns.

Saving energy, cutting pollution

The U’s Intermountain Industrial Assessment Center helps businesses save energy, operate with less emissions.

Funding a more equitable research enterprise

In consultation with the campus community, the Vice President for Research’s office has taken steps toward making research more just and accessible.

Be the light in your community

Scientist and inventor Alice Min Soo Chun demonstrated how she used STEM to change communities and encouraged Indigenous graduates to do the same.

IT security policies are critical to the U’s mission

Pop quiz: Can you remember the last time you actually read the terms of use for an app or website?

 
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